heavy scene

heavy scene

A complex or challenging situation. It's a heavy scene over there, man. Most people are so vehemently opposed to the construction project that I doubt you'll be able to get through to them.
See also: heavy, scene

heavy scene

n. a serious state of affairs; an emotionally charged situation. Man, that meeting was really a heavy scene.
See also: heavy, scene
References in classic literature ?
A heavy scene however awaited me, before I could leave Devonshire;--I was engaged to dine with you on that very day; some apology was therefore necessary for my breaking this engagement.
"After all the super heavy scene, seeing Daniel was really the 'reward' for me," she smiled.
Each heavy scene is counterbalanced with the sharp wit and comedic chops we've come to expect from the likes of Tina Fey and Jason Bateman.
Such a terrible mistake of broadcasting that meeting live was ridiculously too long lasting on TV screens, leaving Egyptians, Ethiopians and the international media in a shock; a heavy scene from an absurd black comedy that briefly sums up how the country is being currently run.
So, even if you do a heavy scene, you get tired but not to the point that you can't do it anymore," she said of shooting an international project.
"There was all this swearing and it was a heavy scene and he was just stood there pouring as I was walking out the door and he just went, 'Another bad day at the office'.
"If I'm doing a heavy scene I won't stay heavy in between scenes because for me - and this is my experience, it's different for other actors - that would just be exhausting, and then I'd have no energy for 'action' and that's when you need the energy.
"But I got into a heavy scene and broke all my own rules.
And some of the special effects have been pure Hollywood' It is a great skill to go from humour to pathos and back to tragedy, from a heavy scene to a light one.
There can be a heavy scene played out on the home front.
So, have we fallen out of love with rugby and, if we have, how will we get our CDs back without causing 'a heavy scene' man?
"It was a very heavy scene. People were terrified of getting involved.
Below, Scots fans are the toast of the locals but that didn't stop their team falling to defeat; HEAVY SCENE: Caledonian Brewery boss Stephen Crawley, centre, enjoys a pint with his staff as they watch the match; RED ALERT: SWAG Emma Barton, far left, is on a sticky wicket as she roasts like a lobster in the Caribbean heat.
IT was a heavy scene at rain-lashed Newbury, which was just fine for Signorina Cattiva in the Group Three St Simon Stakes.